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Jun 29, 2013 1:00am PDT
died goes to the heart of the zimmerman case. >> that night that you saw, the person you know to be trayvon martin was on top, correct? >> correct. >> and he was raining blows on the person on the bottom, george zimmerman, right? >> that's what it looked like. >> reporter: he was watching from his patio about 15 to 20 feet away. zimmerman that night was wearing a red and blackjack et, martin a dark hooded sweatshirt. >> the color of clothing on top, what could you see? >> it was dark. >> okay. how about the color of clothing on the bottom. >> i believe it was white or red color. >> reporter: that's not all good says she saw. he witnessed physical blows being thrown and mix the marshall arts. >> what you saw was the person on top in an mma style straddle position, correct? >> correct. >> that was further described, was it not, as being ground and pound? >> correct. >> reporter: good also testified about one more key question, that voice screaming for help in the darkness he believes belonged to zimmerman. >> the voice screaming for help however many times that you heard it, it
FOX News
Jun 28, 2013 12:00pm PDT
begins anew right here on "studio b." >> a potential blow to prosecutors in the zimmerman trial. their own witness says the teenager, trayvon martin, was on top in the scuffle that unfolded before the neighborhood watchman shot him dead. the father of the fugitive surveillance leaker ed snowden says he is confident his son could soon return to the united states but there's a huge catch. >> president obama spoke about possibly visiting the civil rights icon nelson mandela, who remains in critical condition in a south african hospital. we'll explain why activists are demanding obama get out of south africa. all ahead unless breaking news changes everything on "studio b." >> first from fox at 3:00, another key witness for the prosecution in the george zimmerman murder trial, painting a vivid picture of the violence suffered just moments before the shooting that killed trayvon martin, and he said that one person was on top of the other, and that he could see the colors of their clothing. >> the color of clothing on top, what could you see? >> it was dark. >> how about the color of c
CNN
Jun 28, 2013 7:00pm PDT
happened during and immediately after trayvon martin's deadly encounter with george zimmerman. one neighbor saw their struggle up close and provided testimony. was zimmerman or martin the aggress aggressor. i'll speak with trayvon martin's stepmother. she says she lost a child she raised, the young man she calls not just a stepson but a son. >> i'm the one that took him to the football games. i'm the one that was there when he was sick. >> we'll hear more from her shortly. first, martin savidge. >> reporter: what jonathan good saw the night trayvon martin died goes to the heart of the zimmerman case. >> that night that you saw the person who you now know to be trayvon martin was on top, correct? >> correct. >> and he was the one who was raining blows down on the person on the bottom, george zimmerman, right? >> that's what it looked like. >> reporter: good lives in the subdivision where the shooting took place. he was watching from his patio about 15 to 20 feet away. zimmerman that night was wearing a red and blackjack et. market, a dark hooded sweatshirt. >> the color of clothing on top wh
ABC
Jun 26, 2013 12:35am PDT
. was george zimmerman fed up, as prosecutors say, with punks getting away with crime? or was the killing in self defense? the case ended its second day today. we turn to my new "nightline" co-anchor, dan abrams. >> state versus george zimmerman. >> reporter: in a sanford, florida, courtroom, a jury of six women listened to the second day of testimony in the trial of george zimmerman, accused of murdering 17-year-old trayvon martin as he walked home from a 7-eleven. >> did you see any movement from trayvon martin's body as you approached him? >> no, sir, i did not. >> reporter: pictures of trayvon martin and the infamous hoodie that he was wearing were shown in court today, it was almost too much for his mother. george zimmerman, who has been staying in hiding, gained over 100 pounds. the 29-year-old became a divisive symbol of racism. it all started when martin was walking in a gated community where his father was staying, having purchased a drink and skittles. it was there that he captured the attention of george zimmerman, neighborhood watchman, who called police. >> this guy looks lik
CNN
Jun 28, 2013 9:00pm PDT
'll tell you what you need to know to stay safe. >>> let's begin with the zimmerman trial and once again a prosecution witness that could be as useful to the defense, a neighbor at the apartment complex where george zimmerman and martin struggled and martin died. a prosecution witness that might persuade the jury that martin was the aggressor. that's one key witness but not the only key witness taking the stand today. here is martin savidge with highlights. >> reporter: what jonathan good saw the night trayvon martin died goes to the heart of the zimmerman case. >> that night that you saw, the person you know to be trayvon martin was on top, correct? >> correct. >> and he was raining blows on the person on the bottom, george zimmerman, right? >> that's what it looked like. >> reporter: he was watching from his patio about 15 to 20 feet away. zimmerman that night was wearing a red and blackjack et, martin a dark hooded sweatshirt. >> the color of clothing on top, what could you see? >> it was dark. >> okay. how about the color of clothing on the bottom. >> i believe it was white or red co
CNN
Jun 25, 2013 1:00am PDT
>>> good evening, welcome to self defense or murder, in depth look at the george zimmerman trial. every night, all this week, we are going to be recapping what happened in the florida courtroom, break it down with some of the greatest legal minds. this is a controversial, racially charged case, we will bring extended moments from the court proceedings so you can decide for yourself what really happened that terrible night in sanford, florida. george zimmerman is accused of second degree murder. he was a neighborhood watch captain when he shot martin. he doesn't deny pulling the trigger. the case hinges on why he shot the african-american teenager. zimmerman says it was self defense. the jury of six women will decide the case. the trial began today in dramatic fashion, an f bomb, knock knock joke, and then apology for the knock knock joke. you'll hear it all momentarily. first, david mattingly brings us up to the minute. >> police fire and medical. >> i heard a shot behind my house. >> shock, confusion, fear, you hear it in the voice of every 911 caller in the final moments of tra
CNN
Jun 25, 2013 10:00pm PDT
with the george zimmerman trial starts right now. >>> good evening. welcome to our special continuing coverage. self-defense or murder, the george zimmerman trial. every night this week, we'll be digging deeper with the best legal team around and frequently with the principals in the case themselves. tonight, powerful emotion at testimony about trayvon martin's final moments and a legal battle over the 911 tapes. from six months before the 911 tapes that were recorded before the shooting, recordings the state believes will speak to george zimmerman's state of mind to his unjustified suspicion, they say, of trayvon martin. first, the latest on everything that happened today from martin savidge who joins us now. what new evidence did we hear today in the courtroom? >> reporter: it was photographs, anderson. i've seen all the photographs in this case, but i had not seen these before. these were photographs of the body of trayvon martin laying on the ground. i don't care who you are, they have a strong impact to see a young person you know lying lifeless on the ground. so clearly it would impact t
MSNBC
Jun 24, 2013 3:00pm PDT
tonight's lead, opening statements in the george zimmerman murder trial. 16 months after the death of trayvon martin, a jury in a criminal trial finally heard evidence about what happened on that rainy night in sanford, florida. it was a dramatic and emotional day in court. the jury heard testimony from four eyewitnesses. four witnesses, ending just moments ago. they were not eyewitnesses. let me correct myself. they were witnesses. the day started with an opening statement from prosecutor john guy that caught many by surprise. he quoted george zimmerman's own words, including profanity during a call to police the night of trayvon martin's death. he quoted zimmerman to lay out the prosecution's case. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> [ bleep ] punks. these [ bleep ], they always get away. those were the words in that grown man's mouth as he followed in the dark a 17-year-old boy who he didn't know. and excuse my language, but those were his words, not mine. [ bleep ] punks. these [ bleep ], they always get away. those were the words in that defendant's head just moments before h
CNN
Jun 28, 2013 1:00am PDT
zimmerman. sometimes she left out the racial remarks. it went back and forth like that. other times, it was less about the testimony and more about a test of wills. take a listen. >> so the last thing you heard was some kind of noise like something hitting somebody? >> trayvon got hit -- >> you don't know that, do you? >> no, sir. >> you don't know that trayvon got hit. you don't know that trayvon didn't, at that moment, take his fist and drive it into george zimmerman's face, do you? >> no, sir. >> the no, sir could be interpreted as she didn't know that, but denying what west is saying. >> in the testimony, there were a lot of questions about race. how did that play out? >> well, you negotiation race has been a key factor in this story from the beginning. that's what took it from a local tragedy into a national debate. today, what don west was trying to say is look, it has been george zimmerman portrayed as a racist. the shoe is on the other foot and pointing in the direction of trayvon martin. listen. >> what did he tell you that made you think it was a racial event? >> the perso
CNN
Jun 28, 2013 10:00am PDT
to turn away from. the george zimmerman trial is in recess. we'll bring it to you live once they return from lunch. they're getting back to business inside that courtroom. you're watching cnn news room. i'm wolf blitzer reporting from washington. george zimmerman trial set to resume any minute now. they broke for lunch more than an hour ago. jurors have been listening to a fifth day of dramatic testimony. the last witness offered different account from previous witnesses about what happened the night zimmerman shot and killed trayvon martin. george is howell outside the court in sanford florida. jane velez-mitchell is joining us from new york. george, zimmerman's neighbor, george good, he's a state witness but he corroborates zimmerman's story he was being pummelled in that fight. tell us about the testimony that occurred today. we don't have george. maybe jane can brief us. are you there? >> i am. jonathan good is good for george zimmerman because he corroborates his story. he says he heard a tussle, goes outside and the person he describes as being on the bottom fits the description i
MSNBC
Jun 27, 2013 3:00pm PDT
's lead, the grueling cross-examination of trayvon martin's friend. day 14 in george zimmerman's murder trial, the defense finally wrapped up its questioning of rachel jeantel, the 19-year-old who was on the phone with trayvon martin moments before he was killed. this cross-examination lasted five hours over two days. also today, testimony from the neighbor who made the 911 call, where loud screaming can be heard, and then a gunshot. jurors heard her account of that scream. and today another witness testified she saw george zimmerman on top of trayvon martin after the altercation. she is the third witness to say so. but for most of the day, rachel jeantel faced questions from the zimmerman defense team. and they tried to undermine her story. the defense repeatedly raised questions about her version of events, but she did not waiver from her testimony that trayvon martin did not confront george zimmerman. >> he said why are you following me for, didn't he? >> no, sir, not that kind of way, sir. >> it was just a question, hey, mister, why are you following me for? >> he say hey, mister, w
CNN
Jun 26, 2013 10:00pm PDT
>>> good evening, everyone. welcome to our special continuing coverage of the george zimmerman trial. tonight, a big ruling and high drama in the courtroom. the prosecution putting their star witness on the stand, a female friend who was on the phone with him as the fatal confrontation began. from the initial questioning to the cross-examination ran the gamete. we're going show a lot of it tonight to you. a warning as well as. some of the language was harsh in the courtroom. so if you would rather not hear it, we'll tell you when to turn the volume down. here's randi kaye's report. >> reporter: rachel jeantel and trayvon martin were old friends, and contrary to reports, they were only friends. >> you weren't in any way his girlfriend? >> no. >> reporter: the two reconnected just weeks before trayvon martin's death. on the night he died from the other end of the phone line, she was, in a sense, within earshot of the tragedy as it unfolded. that's why she's the state's star witness, the only one they think who can tell trayvon's side of the story. >> what was he complaining about
CNN
Jun 28, 2013 6:00pm PDT
turning point in the george zimmerman murder trial. witness after witness takes the jury back to the night trayvon martin was killed and who some are calling a major blow to the prosecution, a neighbor told the prosecution about two men struggling to the ground. >> going back to when they were vertical, i could tell the person on the bottom had a light erskined color. >> defense attorney mark o'mara then kneeled down to demonstrate the tussle between zimmerman and martin. >> the person on the top was back against where? >> it was the same person that was on top whether they were t shaped to the sidewalk. >> so they did not -- >> colors. >> i'm sorry sorks th, they did change positions, did that? >> a lot to get to tonight involving star witness rachel jeantel, the high school classmate joins me in a moment for an exclusive interview. this is "piers morgan live." >>> martin, dramatic day today and if to date we felt that perhaps the state was beginning to win the argument, today very much a better day you would say for the defense? >> reporter: absolutely and ironically, piers, the witnesse
MSNBC
Jun 28, 2013 12:00pm PDT
't we take a 15-minute recess. >> another key witness is on the stand in the trial of george zimmerman, sanford police officer timothy smith was the first officer on the scene. lisa, have you seen anything today that jumped out at you, any surprises, any forward movement for either side? >> well, let me summarize what all of the witnesses have been saying today with the three cs. george zimmerman after the shooting was coherent, compliant, and calm. that helps the prosecution in one sense. it helps the defense in another sense. it helps the defense because he's compliant. when law enforcement came, he immediately identified himself as the shooter, put up his hands, identified he had a firearm, and answered all of their questions. but he was also very, very calm. according to one witness kind of strangely so. he didn't seem to be in shock and didn't look back at the body of trayvon martin even though he had just shot him. >> we just saw the police officer testifying to whether or not there was blood in the car when he was taken to the station house. so have we established how injured ge
CNN
Jun 28, 2013 1:00pm PDT
the courtroom in the murder trial of george zimmerman, accused of murdering trayvon martin, an unarmed teen-ager. the jury is being escorted out right now and the attorneys are speaking with the judge in a private side bar. so we're going to review the very interesting developments today. the murder trial has brought a renewed focus to issues of race, racial profile, self-defense and captivated the country, not just because of what we know but for all the things we don't know and possibly never will. prosecutors are out to shatter claims that zimmerman killed 17-year-old trayvon martin in self-defense but the state's case today took a bizarre turn when one witness was asked to give testimony that seemed to back up some of zimmerman's claims. john goode lives in the subdivision where the confrontation took place. he's one of the few people who actually saw some of what went down. here's some of his testimony where he seems to imply he saw trayvon martin on top of george zimmerman. >> in terms of describing the individuals, are you able to describe their faces or anything or just clothing des
FOX News
Jun 27, 2013 9:00pm PDT
. >>> welcome to "hannity." tonight, full coverage of the george zimmerman murder trial and we'll hear from our law enforcement experts as they break down details of the investigation. >>> first, today marked day four of the trial, and the prosecution's so-called star witness returned to the stand for the second straight day, grilled we the defense. rachel jeantel revealed she changed her national story about what she heard during the cell phone conversation on the night of the shooting and also admitted she lied under oath. take a lock at the highlights. >> those facts included you saying that mr. zimmerman said what you doing around here? >> yes. >> you do acknowledge, though, the first time that you were asked that question in your interview with mr. crump later that day, your response was that mr. zimmerman said what you talking about? >> yes. >> so it was racial, but it was because trayvon martin put race in this? >> no. >> you don't think that's a racial comment? >> no. >> you don't think that creepy [ bleep ] is a racial comment? >> no. >> again, you lied because you wanted to give a pla
FOX News
Jun 29, 2013 1:00am PDT
at the george zimmerman/trayvon martin murder trial. >> the person who you now know to be trayvon martin was on top, correct? >> correct. >> as a key witness takes the stand, we will have complete courtroom analysis. >> anybody who tries to inject race into it is wrong. >> laura: after trayvon martin's friend uses racially charged language on the witness stand the martin family lawyer suddenly claims race is not a factor in the case, but it wasn't always that way. >> he was executed for wwb, nagc. walking while black in a gated community. >> we have a debate. >> if there is someone saw what i worked for and they had wanted it. >> laura: paula deen's cookbooks are flying off the shelves as her fans race to her defense. is this the beginning of a come back for the star chef? caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> laura: hi, i'm laura ingraham in for bill o'reilly. racial tensions in the trayvon martin trial that the subject of this evening's talking points memo. you probably heard testimony of rachel jeantel who was on the phone with him right bef
FOX News
Jun 28, 2013 10:00am PDT
testimony approximate the night george zimmerman shot trayvon martin. so we'll get you up to speed on the trial that attracted more and more attention each and every day. we had opening statements and the prosecution argued that zimmerman profiled and murdered trayvon martin. and zimmerman's lawyer claims it was all self defense and slammed later for a courtroom attempt at a homer. and day two, lawyers argued over the admissibility of the police calls he made months before the shooting and they were admitted. and a police official wo worked with zimmerman also testified on day two, and we came to day three. the woman who called 911 and the star witness, the woman on the phone with trayvon martin immediately before the confrontation between the teen and zimmerman. her testimony was compelling if not consistent. and martin when she spoke to him on the phone appeared to be scared and talked about being followed. day four, that same friend returned to the witness stand and challenged by the defense about the inconsistencies and she was rather formal and different rachel that we saw. to
FOX News
Jun 28, 2013 9:00pm PDT
a great weekend >>> welcome to hannity. tonight, full coverage of the george zimmerman murder trial. throughout the program, highlights from day five and legal and law enforcement experts to break it down for you. first, the most shocking revelation from the day's testimony. a neighbor who witnessed the "tussle" between george zimmerman and trayvon martin. john good saw martin on top of zimmerman. watch this. >> at that point, could you tell there was one individual there at least or two people? >> i could tell there were two when they were still vertical. >> all right. and you could -- could you tell at that time in terms of describing who was on top and who was on the bottom? >> i could only see colors of clothing. >> the color of clothing on top, what could you see? >> it was dark. >> how about the color of clothing at the bottom. >> i believe it was a light white or red color. >> and are you going from memory, since it was only a matter of seconds, right? >> i don't understand your question. >> my question is, you are not making notes as you are doing this, taking photographs or
MSNBC
Jun 28, 2013 2:00pm PDT
zimmerman. >> yes. >> if this person had presented himself to you, looking like this. >> uh-huh. >> what would you have done for him? >> if he had come to our office looking like that, we would have cleaned the wounds so we could better evaluate what the type of injuries that are. and then go about the same process that we went through. and then order the testing based off of that. >> and if you look at this photograph as compared to the one we just identified. >> yes. >> i would like to focus your attention to the nose area. >> okay. >> would you -- >> objection as to relevance and also she didn't see him like that. so i object as to speculation at this point. >> my response, your honor. >> let me hear the rest of the question. >> would you agree that the swelling that you saw in that picture has gone down from the way it is here? >> it looks like that it's decreased slightly. >> is that normal? let's say that there's a -- let's say there's a four-hour difference, five-hour difference between this picture and that picture. is that a normal sort of receding of swelling? >> it depends on
FOX News
Jun 26, 2013 12:00pm PDT
attorney either don west or mark o'mara on behalf of george zimmerman are going to hammer her hard on why she made this up. of course they will try to persuade the jury that, well, if she made up this about not attending trayvon martin her good friend's funeral, how can you believe these other aspects? taking a listen to another sound byte from the prosecutor successfully getting this witness, the star witness, to really establish that trayvon martin was being pursued by george zimmerman. take a listen. >> i asked him where he at. he told me he at the back of his dad fiancee house, the area where his daddy fiancee house, by his daddy fiancee house. i said, oh you better keep running. he said, na, he lost them. >> certainly not the most effective witness as far as cool, calm and collected on the stand. hof, she did -- however, she did deliver making the points that the prosecutor wanted her to. that is that trayvon martin is on the phone with his girlfriend down in miami telling her there is a guy following me over and over again. then of course she testified that she hears the call droppe
MSNBC
Jun 25, 2013 3:00pm PDT
in the george zimmerman murder trial. for the first time, the jury sees graphic photos from the crime scene. and hears about the moments after police arrive on the scene. we'll bring you all today's news on the trial. >>> but we start with the other big legal story of the day, the supreme court's 5-4 decision to gut a key part of the voting rights act. one of the signature achievements of the civil rights era. the conservative majority ruled that congress has to find a new way to decide how states get federal permission to change their voting rules, or if they have to get permission at all. chief justice roberts wrote that, quote, things have changed in the south, and that after 50 years, things have changed dramatically. but millions of americans know firsthand that is simply not true. yes, the country has changed. but not enough. president obama said he was deeply disappointed. quote, for nearly 50 years, the voting rights act enacted and repeatedly renewed by wide bipartisan majorities in congress has helped secure the right to vote for millions of americans. attorney general eric holder
CNN
Jun 28, 2013 11:00am PDT
the white male's name to be zimmermgeorge zimmerman? >> that's correct. >> do you see that person this afternoon? >> yes, sir. >> judge, if you can raise -- is george zimmerman the person who stood up? >> yes, sir. >> let the record reflect he's identified the defendant. >> the record will so reflect. >> did you have interaction with the witness? >> no, sir. >> why not? >> i was focused on the male that was on the ground. >> and the male that was on the ground, did you later learn the person's name to be trayvon martin? >> that's correct. >> did you go over to trayvon martin's location? >> i walked toward, yes. >> and how was trayvon martin's body positioned when you arrived? >> facedown, his hands were underneath the body. >> and to your knowledge, were you the first officer to approach trayvon martin? >> yes. >> all right. did you know whether or not he was dead or alive at that point? >> i did not. >> did you know what his involvement was at that point? >> i did not. >> did you give him any commands, trayvon martin? >> yes, i did. >> what command did you give him? >> i asked to
MSNBC
Jun 29, 2013 2:00am PDT
zimmerman's neighbors, john good said he heard what sounded like a fight that night and stepped outside his town house to see what was going on. what he saw, according to the neighbor, was what appeared to be zimmerman lying on his back with trayvon martin straddling and punching him. he used a mixed martial art term, ground and pound, to describe what martin was doing. good also testified there was a call for help, likely from the man at the bottom who he believed was zimmerman that was different from the testimony we heard from another neighbor yesterday who thought it was zimmerman who was on top. joining us now, arise legal contributor seema, joseph haynes davis, former federal prosecutor kendall coffey, and dana swickle. let's get into this question of who was on top. seema, yesterday we had testimony from a neighbor who they played back her very tearful 911 call. and she testified she thought the bigger man, the larger man, meaning george zimmerman was on top. today you have john good testifying he thinks that it was george zimmerman on the bottom. it a wash? >> no, it's not. what i d
CNN
Jun 27, 2013 7:00pm PDT
attributed to george zimmerman. sometimes she left out the racial remarks that trayvon martin made of zimmerman. it went back and forth like that. and other times it seemed like it became less about the testimony and more about a test of wills. take a listen. >> so the last thing you heard was some kind of noise, like something hitting somebody? >> trayvon got hit. >> you don't know that, do you? >> no. >> you don't know that trayvon got hit. >> he -- >> you don't know that trayvon at that moment take his fist and drive it into george zimmerman's face, do you? >> no, sir. >> reporter: the no sir could be interpreted is that she's denying what don west is saying. it went back and forth. >> her testimony today, there were a lot of questions and clarifying about race. how did that play out? >> reporter: well, you know, race, of course, has been a key factor in this story ever since the beginning. in fact, many say that's what took it from a local tragedy and propelled it to a national debate. but today what don west was trying to say is look, it's been george zimmerman that's been por
FOX News
Jun 27, 2013 4:00pm PDT
it all ended. plus, another bizarre day at the george zimmerman murder trial. prosecutors' star witness back on the stand. she spoke about her last conversation with teenager trayvon martin moments before he died. >> you don't know that, do you? >> no. >> you don't know that trayvon got hit. >> and some friction in court. >> you pay particular attention now? >> i've been paying attention, sir. >> maybe if he decided to assault george zimmerman, he didn't want you to know about it. tonight strange moments from the cross-examination and how they could affect the case. >> plus, a move to change our immigration system, providing more security at the border, and giving millions of people a chance at citizenship. >> here in america, those who once had no hope will give theiy always wanted for themselves. >> there's no way i can look at my constituents, look them in the eye, and tell them that today's assurances won't become's tomorrow's disappointments. >> in moments, the fight over the senate's historic plan. >> i'm harris faulkner in tonight for shepard smith. we have information on the bos
MSNBC
Jun 28, 2013 3:00pm PDT
on top of george zimmerman only moments before he heard the fatal gunshot. but he wasn't 100% sure if punches were being thrown or who was yelling for help. another eyewitness described mr. zimmerman as, quote, calm and coherent just moments after the altercation. and a physician's assistant testified george zimmerman did not need sutures, and that he was taking mma classes several times a week. but it was the testimony of neighbor john good that began this 15th day of the trial. the jury heard the 911 call he made the night of trayvon martin's death. >> can you hear somebody yelling for help? >> um, i'm pretty sure the guy is out here. >> okay, we have several people calling in also. anything else that you heard? >> no. the guy yelling help. oh my god. no, there is a guy with a flashlight in the backyard now. >> okay. >> i think there is flashlights and there is a guy. i don't know if that's a cop. oh my god. >> john good testified about the altercation that took place right outside his home, saying he could see who was on top in those critical moments before george zimmerman fire
MSNBC
Jun 27, 2013 7:00am PDT
following me, and then you heard mr. zimmerman say either what your talking about or what your doing around here and then you heard something that you described as sort of a bump, and that the phone cut off. >> the guy had said it's always left other the speaker. >> what you said to mr. crump was at that point the phone cut off. >> yes. i heard a click. >> once the phone cuts off -- >> called back. >> there's nothing else that you have to say, correct, because once the phone cuts off you certainly can't hear anything else that might have been said because the phone had been disconnected? >> yes, sir. >> so you told mr. crump that the phone cut off? >> yes, sir. >> so, if you say at the point where there was this exchange, the conversation, the exchange, and the bump, and the phone cut off, done that leave the impression that there was nothing else you could hear after that? >> yes, sir. >> and you didn't at that point say oh, by the way, no i heard more after that, actually >> actually more, sir. the state had asked me more, sir. >> well your saying then that when you told mr. crump that af
CNN
Jun 27, 2013 6:00pm PDT
to disscribe zimmerman. she said that's slang in the neighborhood she grew up in. >> right -- >> slur words you don't like. >> right. let's tear up, what is a creepy ass cracker and what does it mean? >> well, i think creepy, you know, speaks for itself. it's someone that is weird, that is just following you, suspicious and just, you know, gives you the chill -- makes you afraid. in florida and i guess other southern states, cracker some people embrace the term but the way nigger is used among the black community among some people -- >> is it a derogatory term used by black people about white people? >> it's a derogatory term used by white people about white people and black people about white people, yes. >> okay. but as far as you are concerned, from your knowledge of young people and maybe other trials that you've been involved with and so on, it would not be deemed automatically to be a racist slur? >> i would deem it a racist slur, so i mean, it's all where you're from, piers, and that's the problem with this whole, you know, this whole case is that people want to categorize and group cert
CNN
Jun 28, 2013 9:00am PDT
>>> more testimony in the george zimmerman trial. a neighbor describes the fight he saw and heard the night that trayvon martin was killed. >>> president obama at the moment on his way to south africa as nelson mandela clings to life. he said he will let the family decide about any hospital visits. >>> my exclusive interview with former president jimmy carter. >>> welcome to "around the world." i'm suzanne malveaux. >> it's been a fifth day of dramatic testimony. i think we'll be using that word a lot as days go by. we're talking about george zimmerman's murder trial. >> there's a witness, a neighbor, who saw the fatal fight and offered a detail account of what he saw and what he heard the night zimmerman shot and killed trayvon martin. >> that witness was one of the people who called 911. george howell is outside the court in sanford, florida. george, this is a state witness, isn't it? he clearly supports zimmerman's story that he was the one being pummelled in that fight. tell us about it. >> good day. absolutely. john good, his system very important for the defense because he i
MSNBC
Jun 25, 2013 12:00am PDT
zimmerman trial which we'll be talking about later. that was all open in court. we saw every word that was said. we're talking about the decision the supreme court issued today, we got to read the decisions. we talk about the affordable care act. we can read the congressional budget office. in this, it's like we're wait around in this dark room drawing conclusions with little shafts of light that illuminate this or that thing and seems toxic to me, that that is the basic conditions under which we are operating. >> unfortunately, part of having a self-governing republic in this day and age means there are going to be some points of secrecy that, you know, help us to manage our resources and assets around the globe, that help us manage an entire intelligence community, which help us to manage an entire foreign affairs policy. you know, those kinds of things, you know, should be kept secret and, you know, but i agree with you, there are limits on those things. but when we're reporting about it, when we are advocacy journalists, and i do believe there is such a thing, then we have the
MSNBC
Jun 24, 2013 7:00am PDT
zimmerman. >>> good morning. i'm chris jansing on what is turning out to be one of the busiest news days we've seen in a very long time. first, decision day at the supreme court. four major cases left on the docket. we could get rulings on same-sex marriage, affirmative action and voting rights in just moments. we do have pete williams at the courtroom and a panel of experts standing by. the zimmerman trial begins. opening statements going on right now. edward snowden on the run while frantic diplomatic efforts are going on as we speak. where he's headed and what might be next. this is a major day for immigration as the senate is planning to vote this afternoon on a crucial border security agreement. this could be the first step toward comprehensive immigration reform. and finally, we will be checking in on nelson mandela after word came late yesterday that his condition has taken a turn. this morning, he remains in critical condition in south africa. want to let you know we are keeping our eye as well on wall street. apparent concerns over more signs of trouble in china's economy a
MSNBC
Jun 28, 2013 8:00am PDT
? >> correct. >> at some point you saw the person you now know is the defendant, mr. zimmerman, standing up, correct? >> correct. >> and then you saw one or two guys with flashlights. >> correct. >> do you remember that? >> yes. >> let me show you state's exhibit 77, you recall when you look out like that? >> no, it was the opposite view so i would be looking the opposite way but yes, the body did look like that. >> the body looked in this position. >> if i was standing over there looking that way, yes. >> okay. my point is the body was face down. >> face down, yes. >> your honor may i publish that to the jury? >> yes, you may. >> and mr. good, state's exhibit 7 your vantage point would have been different but the body was in this position, in other words face down? >> correct. >> you've talked a lot about mma. are you mma trained at all? >> i don't think i'm in shape to do that, no. >> and do you know whether either mr. zimmerman or mr. martin were mma trained at all? >> i didn't know either people. >> thank you, no further questions. >> just a few areas. >> do we need, anybody need a brea
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